405 Wood Street | 10 am to 4 pm
Visitors will be greeted by a volunteer docent who will share the history of Pittsburgh’s first skyscraper, now serving as a luxury, boutique hotel. Visitors will also have the opportunity to explore the hotel’s lobby and unique architectural details.
Building capacity due to COVID is 15 people at a time.
Please be patient, as most people’s visit will be 10-15 minutes.
ABOUT THIS BUILDING
The Arrott Building opened in 1902 at the height of the industrial revolution and is now part of Pittsburgh’s Fourth Avenue Historic District. It was designed by acclaimed architect Frederick J. Osterling and named after Irish immigrant businessman James Arrott.
Once the headquarters of Arrott’s booming bathtub and insurance businesses, the building became mostly vacant by the 1970s. After decades of disuse, the Industrialist Hotel opened its doors into a now re-imagined space for the modern traveler.
The Industrialist Hotel embodies the best of Pittsburgh—its people and spirit of invention—honoring its past legacy for American ingenuity while telling the story of the new Industrialist.
Wheelchair Accessible Entrance: YES
Wheelchair Accessible Restrooms: YES
Public Restrooms: YES
Photography Allowed: YES